XIII Curso de Experto Universitario en Epidemiologνa y Nuevas Tecnologνas Aplicadas.

Por Jose Ignacio Vitón Asenjo

ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 MODELO DE TRANSMISIÓN DEL PATÓGENO EN UNA GRANJA

 


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